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How do I stretch this? - Barrickz - 09-15-2018

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I need the forums display stretched all the way over, after I removed some side boxes. And I need this bottom Group Legend stretched and centered as well, how do I do it? 

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RE: How do I stretch this? - Ashley1 - 09-15-2018

when you remove the side box you need to remove the div that it was in. This div will have a percentage on it like 30%. You probably did this, but then left the other div at 70%. You have to remove that 70% div now also.


RE: How do I stretch this? - Barrickz - 09-15-2018

(09-15-2018, 07:20 PM)Ashley1 Wrote: when you remove the side box you need to remove the div that it was in. This div will have a percentage on it like 30%. You probably did this, but then left the other div at 70%. You have to remove that 70% div now also.

I found this

<div id="constraint">
{$forums}
{$ps_footer_index}

But when I removed it (<div id="constraint">), this happens.

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RE: How do I stretch this? - Ashley1 - 09-15-2018

if you removed that <div> you need to find and remove the closing div also - </div>


RE: How do I stretch this? - Barrickz - 09-15-2018

(09-15-2018, 07:32 PM)Ashley1 Wrote: if you removed that <div> you need to find and remove the closing div also - </div>

Fixed but this is not fixed.

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RE: How do I stretch this? - Serpius - 09-15-2018

(09-15-2018, 07:40 PM)Barrickz Wrote:
(09-15-2018, 07:32 PM)Ashley1 Wrote: if you removed that <div> you need to find and remove the closing div also - </div>

Fixed but this is not fixed.

[Image: BqhUjuu.png]

You need to find the other <div> that has the 70% as well and remove that one, too. 
Actually, that looks more like 30%, either way, that <div> has to be removed.


RE: How do I stretch this? - Barrickz - 09-15-2018

(09-15-2018, 07:52 PM)Serpius Wrote:
(09-15-2018, 07:40 PM)Barrickz Wrote:
(09-15-2018, 07:32 PM)Ashley1 Wrote: if you removed that <div> you need to find and remove the closing div also - </div>

Fixed but this is not fixed.

[Image: BqhUjuu.png]

You need to find the other <div> that has the 70% as well and remove that one, too. 
Actually, that looks more like 30%, either way, that <div> has to be removed.

There's no other DIV in my index template


RE: How do I stretch this? - Serpius - 09-15-2018

(09-15-2018, 07:55 PM)Barrickz Wrote:
(09-15-2018, 07:52 PM)Serpius Wrote:
(09-15-2018, 07:40 PM)Barrickz Wrote:
(09-15-2018, 07:32 PM)Ashley1 Wrote: if you removed that <div> you need to find and remove the closing div also - </div>

Fixed but this is not fixed.

[Image: BqhUjuu.png]

You need to find the other <div> that has the 70% as well and remove that one, too. 
Actually, that looks more like 30%, either way, that <div> has to be removed.

There's no other DIV in my index template

Hmm...

Does the theme have an 'index_whosonline' or 'index_stats' template?

It might be in one of those from what I can remember.